Salt & Light Radio with Stuart J. Roth highlights and profiles non-profits and agencies in our community that are making a difference where the “rubber hits the road.” Our goal is to share with our listeners testimonies from individuals who inspire us to greatness and action. At Salt & Light, we are already addressing many of the social, economic and spiritual issues confronting families and individuals that find themselves in life’s most difficult predicaments. Our radio program reflects the same commitment to public service that has been exemplified by our video program services at Salt & Light Productions.
Salt & Light Productions® has been the recipient of 34 Telly Awards and Senior Producer Don Gangnagel has been presented with 2 Suncoast Regional Emmy® awards.
More important than awards is our mission to serve others and be a source of inspiration and encouragement as we venture forward helping those less fortunate than ourselves. At Salt & Light, we strive to remain cognizant that “to whom much is given, much will be required.” To this end we have dedicated our resources, time and efforts to make an impact and to be “salt and light” in the communities we serve.
Dr. Allen Berger, world renown author, therapist, and speaker on addiction technology related to drug and alcohol abuse, joins Stuart and Stephanie again to discuss addiction, recovery and emotional sobriety. Download Tweet
Vietnam-era veteran, professor and author Dr. Glenn Schiraldi joins Stuart and Stephanie for a discussion about building practical skills for dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Download Tweet
Stuart and Stephanie are joined by Andrea Pino, co-founder of the victim’s advocacy group End Rape on Campus, to discuss the growing problem of sexual assault on college campuses. Download Tweet
Six-time Emmy award winner Dr. Shawne Duperon discusses her Project Forgive initiative with Stuart and Stephanie. Download Tweet
Stuart and Stephanie welcome Sarah Nerad, who shares her personal struggle with drug recovery during her college years at Ohio State University and how it led her to found the Collegiate Recovery Community. Download Tweet